Waffle House Inc. operates a chain of about 1,400 Waffle House Restaurants located in 25 states. The restaurants, which are either company-owned or franchised, pride themselves on serving good food fast, at a reasonable price, in a diner atmosphere 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The menu includes everything from waffles and eggs to steaks and salads. Waffle House, according to information released in 1995 for the company's 40th anniversary, began as the dream of two neighbors, Joe Rogers, Sr., and Tom Forkner, who envisioned a company dedicated to both its customers and employees. The partners wanted to create a place where friends and neighbors could get together to enjoy good food served with a friendly smile. On Labor Day in 1955 they opened the first Waffle House restaurant in Avondale Estates, Georgia, a suburb of Atlanta. The first Waffle House restaurant was a smash, and the owners soon opened other Waffle House eateries throughout Georgia.
Cheese Steak Omelet
Waffle House Cheese Steak Omelet
1/4 cup shredded cheese (your choice)
1/3 cup onion, chopped
4 slices Steak-ums
1 tablespoon butter
In a large skillet, heat the butter on medium-high heat.Add onions and cook until tender/translucent. Transfer to small bowl. In the same large skillet, cook the Steak-ums (about 3-4 minutes or until cooked through.
Strain the meat and add to the bowl with the onions and cheese. Whip the eggs. Wipe out the large skillet after cooking the steak and spray with Pam (you can use butter too) and heat on medium heat.
Add your eggs and cook until the eggs on the top are almost cooked. Add the steak & cheese mixture to one side of the eggs. Fold over the side of the eggs on top of the mixture. Cook a minute or two and then flip. Season with salt and pepper to your desire.
You can put whatever you like on your steak sub inside the omelet. I happen to like mine with mozzarella cheese, mushrooms and onions.